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Med Chem. ;12(3) Antioxidant, Antimicrobial Activity and Medicinal Properties of Grewia asiatica L. Shukla R, Sharma DC, Baig MH, Bano S, Roy S, . Pak J Pharm Sci. Jan;26(1) Effect of Grewia asiatica fruit on glycemic index and phagocytosis tested in healthy human subjects. Mesaik MA(1). Phalsa (Grewia asiatica L., Tiliaceae) is an exotic bush plant considered horticulturally as a small fruit crop but also used as a folk medicine. The ripe phalsa.
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Grewia hainesiana Hole Grewia obtecta Wall. According to Sastriphalsa is the most commonly used vernacular name for these fruits in India but there are several names in customary usage including dhaminparushaand shukri in Hindi, dhaman in Punjabi, man-bijal in Assamese, phalsa and shukri in Begali, mirgi chara and pharasakoli in Oriya, phalsa in Gujrati, phalsi in Maharashtra, jana, nallajana, phutiki in Telagu, palisa, tadachi in Tamil, buttiyudippe and tadasala in Kannada, and falsa grrewia Pakistan.
One-year-old seedlings are usually spaced 2 to 4. Seedling Learn About Propagation Methods.
Fertilizer application although casual, helps plant health and production. The flavour is pleasantly acid, somewhat grape-like.
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At Laura, it grows in eucalypt and melaleuca woodlands or open forest and is particularly vigorous in riparian areas near the Laura River. ROS production was found to be significantly affected, having the In the Townsville region it grows in disturbed areas in eucalypt woodlands which are subject to frequent fires.
Click on images to enlarge. Chris Gardiner flowers Photo: Grewinol, a keto-alcohol from the flowers of Grewia asiatica. These flowers are bright yellow, or reddish-purple, and have numerous stamens. Bushes flower progressively during the spring months. The ripe phalsa fruits Fig. These restrictions may prevent the use of one or more of the methods referred to, depending on individual circumstances.
It was first recorded in Darwin, and has since become relatively widespread in the northern parts of the Northern Territory. Native to the Indian sub-continent i. The alternate, deciduous, widely spaced, thick, and large leaves are broadly heart-shaped or asiahica, pointed at the apex, oblique at the base, measure up to 20 cm in length and 15 cm in width, and coarsely toothed, with a light, whitish blush on the underside. Phalsa is often grown in marginal lands close to city markets to facilitate grewua marketing of fruit.
Sheldon Navie leaves Photo: The geewia is drought-tolerant, but occasional irrigation during the fruiting season and in dry periods, is profitable for growers.
Grewia asiatica – Phalsa
Fruits of Indian phalsa stayed fresh for 7 days or longer under refrigeration but spoiled in a few days at room temperatures. The majority of MIA phalsa fruits had double seeds while only a few large fruits of the Indian phalsa had double seeds.
Perspectives on new crops and new uses. In some areas, leaf spot is caused by Cercospora grewiae. The Grewia asiatica commonly known as Phalsa or Fasla is a shrub or small tree found in southern Asia. Grewia Grewia asiatica is believed to be reasonably widespread in northern Asiztica, with specimens being collected from the Collinsville, Townsville, Mackay, Ayr, Laura and Cooktown districts. Bushes were heavily pruned each February to a height of 30 cm Yadav Our observations in the Middle Georgia area indicated that growing phalsa is feasible in temperate areas if cold protection is assured.
The Indian phalsa bushes had greater flowering and fruiting intensity than the MIA Luminol-enhanced chemiluminescence assay was asiaticq out to determine the production of reactive oxygen species ROS in the oxidative burst activity of whole blood. Grewia asiatica phalsa or falsa Urdu: The leaves cm long and cm wide are alternately arranged along asixtica stems and are borne on short stalks i.
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Indian phalsa was more fruitful and had tastier fruits than the MIA line. The root is used by Santhal tribals for rheumatism. The phalsa plant Fig. Phalsa is considered stress-tolerant and is commonly grown under neglect Hays Max Height when in the ground with good conditions m.
Grewia asiatica Flowers and leaves Scientific classification Grewoa